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This Can Happen’s Top Mental Health Tips for Line Managers

This Can Happen is happening – soon! As the big day approaches, Team TCH is working flat out to make sure this conference is the best of its kind in the UK. Without giving away too much of the incredible content you can expect to hear at the event, we have produced some brilliant little videos with our expert speakers and Board members to bring you some top mental health tips.

One area that we have been exploring is the role of line managers, and what part they can play in looking after their colleagues and employees in the most effective way.

Dr Danie Du Plessis tells us:

“It’s important for senior people to recognise that we live in a changing environment and any business is going through stress so let’s not pretend it’s not there. We need to acknowledge that and allow people to say ‘you know what I’m really stressed at the moment there’s just too much going on’.”

Watch the full video here.

Neil Laybourn says:

“Take notice.” Line managers must be aware of the mood and feelings of members of their team and read between the lines during conversations and interactions. Click here to watch the full video.

Click here for more mental health top tip videos.

Working with our partners to bring real and practical mental health protection plans into workplaces, we are aiming to make November 20th a day to remember. But we can’t do it alone. This is a true team effort and we are thankful to the many speakers and businesses who have offered a hand in the proceedings. One of our valued partners is Bright Horizons – a business that recognises mental health as a vital part of their business strategy.

As well as leading the way in corporate mental health, Bright Horizons has gone a step further.

Our speakers will be offering unique insights and real-life strategies to take away and implement in your business – so we want to make sure you are able to relax and completely focus.

How will we do that? Bright Horizons is proud to be offering complimentary childcare for children aged 3 months to 5 years on the day. Yes, really! We know that finding high-quality care for loved ones is vitally important to working families, providing peace of mind to focus on the day ahead. With Bright Horizons nurseries located across London, you can enjoy the event confident in the knowledge that your little ones are being cared for by highly-skilled practitioners in a safe, secure and warm environment.

It’s win, win!

You will find Bright Horizons Day Nurseries and Preschools across London and the UK. The business is one of the UK’s pioneering dependant care solutions, born of a need to provide an innovative solution to the lack of affordable, high-quality, childcare for working families. With emergency back-up care plan, workplace nurseries and employer-sponsored family care ensures, they have changed the face of childcare.

Closer to the event we will send you information on how to book your child’s place.

Let us know if you’d like to know more!

Read about This Can Happen and book your place at www.tchevents.com.

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